Scholarship Application Requirements
- Applications for scholarships will be accepted from students currently enrolled in full time studies in a Canadian College or University program.
- Preference will be given to students in programs with metal casting specific course content,
- Preference will be given to those that demonstrate a clear desire to pursue a career in the Canadian metal casting industry.
- Students must be eligible to work in Canada.
- All Applicants MUST register with FEF Canada. Register here
- Only one application is required to be considered for any or all of the available scholarships. Detail on the specific awards can be seen here. http://fefcanada.ca/students/scholarship-guidelines/
- All documents must have your name at the top.
- Applicants letter, double-spaced, 750 words maximum (two pages), outlining your education, career plans and work history, and how they relate to the Canadian metal casting industry. Include a description of current course of studies including specific detail of foundry programs undertaken and planned. Send your letter in Word as an e-mail attachment as directed below.
- Also send a copy of your current grades transcript.
- Your application may also include one support letter from your Professor or an employer. Note: Only one support letter will be accepted.
- Submissions and Questions regarding the above requirements, or the scholarships, should be made to: email@example.com
NOTE: Applications are now being received for 2021.
Applications close Tuesday March 9, 2021 at 12:00 midnight
Scholarships will be awarded as part of the FEF Canada / AFS Ontario Scholarship night Thursday March 25th, 2021
The FEF Canada Scholarship program is made possible through the generosity of many individuals and organizations who have set up scholarship funds to carry on the work for which their lifetimes were dedicated. If you are fortunate enough to win one of these awards, please take the time to write to the donor or their designate. (Addresses are available from FEF Canada).